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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lcthbrulge Daily Herald, Tuesday, June 7, Beautiful Dress Linens, Ducks, Reps and Muslins. The new shadfis of Copenhagen, rose, shades. Tnfcie's a reason for the low arrivals. PRETTY MUSLINS AND MERCERIZED the most dainty shadow patterns, silk checks in color and floral designs. Make handome gowns for cool Summer wear. Extra value at the reduced price RAW SILK, LINENS, Heps, Piques and English linens. The now goods for women's summer wash suits and skirts. New shades of wisteria, Copenhagen, linen, etc.. values up to 35c for...................................................................... GALATEAS AND beautiful English materials, also plain ducks. A table of splendid weaves and colorings for the small boys' tub suits. Special............... GINGHAMS AND pretty checks and plaids iu all colors, Chambrays suul Cotton Suitings in plain colors. All best washing materials. Special price at...... We Keep The Ladies Home Journal Patterns i BEST 15c ENGLISH PRINTS 12 1-2c More new English prints have just beeti plac- ed in stock. New handsome monotone stripes ami patterns'in new burn shades and two-tone ef' As pretty as muslins. WHITE LAWNS AND MULLS A large variety of these good Summer cotton dress fabrics. And the prices are away below what you wo.uld expect io pay for such qualities. Our prices are 12 1-2c to 30c a yard. engineer' to ascertain if the wate." coulO. be turned on without running down Westminster Hoad and into th-.- Aid. Frayne also made a motion call fi tlie telephone department and tne city electrical department's attention to the dangerous condition of leaving pf st holes uncovered and guy wires unprotected, and be instructed tr> ooui- ply with the bylaws relating The secretary-treasurer sub nlttfd liis 'monthly statement whie i 'was adopted and ordered riled. Bylaws Read Hyhuvs relating to the prxii'Mtion of laundries upon certain streets of the city after Dec. 31 of this.year and empowering the city to borrow OOQ for the currying on of public works until such time as debentures are Issued, were read the first, second and third times. Round Street Extension Letters were received from C. J. i E'ckstorm and Wm. Ott offering to give portions of their property to fa- cilitate the opening up of Round St. j to Solomon street and from the A. i It. I. Co. in regard to exchanging a right of way south of Solomon street for strips on Solomon street. It was twelve o'clock when the coun- cil adjourned. ASSESSMENT IS BEING REVISED (Continued from front (Continued from front Invite Mayor to Quebec Chas. Hope well, mayor of Ottawa, wrote Mayor Adams asking his opin- ion on the Idea of the mayors of. Can- adian cities assembling at Quebec to bid farewell to the governor-general ou his departure from Canada. The matter was left in the mayor's hands. Reports Received Supt. Reid of the electrical depart- ment reported that in May this year the city pumped gallons as against in May 190P. He also reported that work in the power house was progressing rapidly. He submitted, prices of tenders to be sub- tried altogether, 56 under bylaws, 29 disorderly conducts, 24 under the crim inal code and 10 for vagrancy. The and the total output had been 535 tons, 1G cwt. Building Inspector's Report G. H. Dickson, lots 22-23, sub of 15 Wallwork, assessed on land value and on building; no build- Building Inspector Meech reported ing on laml to his hnowlcdgc. assess. ment revised. that the building permits issued this year to date totalled SG55.995. Last month they totalled an In- Duncan Duff, lots' 16 and 17. block 35, assessed S4000 land value and crease of S11S.335 or 50 per cent over 000 super asse.ssmmt, claimed it un- the corresponding month last'year. treasonably high. Assessment con- Store Keeper Weller reported giv-j firmed. A.'so lots 29-31, block 44, as- receipts from the police department ing prices of varloug kinus of auto jsessed ]and val'uc ami during May were Inspector Valiance Sanitary Inspector Valiance sub- mitted his annual report, declaring that the city is practically free from infectious diseases. He spoke of a slaughter house on the edge of the river, above the waterworks intake. which he said by the recent exten- sion of the city limits placed them within the jurisdiction of tlie council. runabouts and police patrol automo- super assessment; claimed it unrea- blles, which were referred to me fire sonably high; assessment confirmed. water and light committee for report. T. MV Evans, lots 17, 21, block 38. Irrigation Water in North Lethbridge Aid. Frayne moved that the water master be instructed to turn on the dropped. Assessed land value and super assessment. Super assessment irrigation 'water in order to give North Lethbrtdge irrigation as soon as pos- C. J. Eckstorm, lots 32, 35, block 5; assessed land value and .super assessment. Assess- Mayor Adams declared that it could j mcnt confirmed, not be done until the street grading C. .J. Eckstrom, Athletic park, as- The report was adopted and the lat-I and sewer "mains were put in on West-! sesscd land value, super as- mitted for the supply of material for ter matter referred to the Board of minster Road, without causing a lot sessmcnt the new incandescent street lighting system at a figure in the neighbor- hood of ?G. Chief Gitlespie Health. Hugh Scott's- Report Hugh Scott superintendent of the city mine, reported that the mine had Reduced to flat as- I SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Mrs, II. Dauden, Coutts street, will not receive to-morrow. This evening between the hours of seven-thirty and ten-thirty tho doors of tho new Y.W.C.T.U. residence, cor- ner of ttompas and Smith streets will be thrown open to the public, and the members of the senior union will as- sist tho "V" in receiving and showing ing the guests through the cosy apart- ments. Harper's orchestra will be in attendance throughout the evening. Mrs. W. II. McLelland returned on Friday morning from Los Angeles aul San Francisco, where she has been us iting for some months. Thursday afternoon Miss Dixie Wil- son will be showered with handker- chiefs. The hostess 'Will be Miss ruttesou. Mrs. Reeves is entertaining at lun- cheon to-day foi the popular bride of tlie coining Wilson. Airs. Douuaii was hostess to the Bridge Club yesterday afternoon, Mrs. Yroomau carried oft the honors and was rewarded with a lonely silk opera bag. A tempting repasc was served at the tea hour. The club will be en- i tertained .Monday next by Mrs. Me NMcoI. The members of the Tennis Club are planning for an rnformal hop in Harpers Hall to-morrow evening. The Sett-ing club was pleasantly en tertained by Mrs. Ritchie yesterrtav ufteronbon. Each member bro.ighi her work, and at the close of the af- ternoon the completed articles, which included several attractive monogr.im- j ed towels, tea covers and other pieces of also a lovely tea cosy ex- quisitely embroidered, were given the honor guest. Miss Wilson. The mem- bers of the club present were, Mrs. i McCullough. Mrs. Anderson. Mrs. Bu- chanan. Mrs. Wilson. -Miss Rogers. Miss Hardy, and Mi3s Rogers''guest. Miss Pennington. of Winnipeg. Hall, Port Hope, Ont., was celebrated at St. Mark's church, Port Iloue, on Juno 1st, by the Kev, Canon Mont- gomery. Tlie marriage of James Warren, late Colporteur of British and Foreign IMble Society, ami Miss Clara Caroline Uniles, of Leicester, England, was celebrated by Kcv. A. M. Gordon at Kuoc: church yesterday. HOOD-WILLIAMSON At St. Augustin's church yester- day. Rev. J. K. Murrcil-Wright united iu marriage LCuward Hood, of Coaldalc, aml Miss Clara Williamson, of Hythc, England. Mr. ami Mrs. Jood will reside near Coaldale. DILSTLESS HOUSE CLEANING Vacuum Process LetlibridgB tanating Co Tel. (187 DAILY RECIPES Mayonnaise Dressing 13eat a tablespoonful ,of mustard, .ablespoonful of sugar, teaspoonful or salt, one-tenth teaspoonl'ul of cayeunr >epper, and the yolks of three together until light and thijK. Ai'i two-thirds cupful of butter, one cupful of vinegar, and Juice ol naif a lemon. Cook in dish placed in oi hot water until it thickens. Just be fore serving add one cupful of whip ped cream, either sweet or sour. Strawberry Pie One heaping box yolks, of four eggs, one cupful of sugar, lump of butter size of an egg, two table- spoonfuls of cold water, heaping tea- spoonful flour. Whip all together ex- cept the berries, adding these when ready to fill into the crust. Bake un- til it whitens. Beat whites and pile on top. M. DENNENY Refractionist Eyesight Specialist 12 Years' Experience At Johnston JecksoD's COMMERCIAL PANIC WAS Chief of Police Gillespie submitted j worked 23 1-2 days during last month, his monthly report, showing So cases j six men all told had been engaged of extra trouble, fie had been all sessmcnt of along the ditch with Mr. Scott, and while the water could come in all j right it would run down Westminster j Rev. Reuben Millyard has been Road and into the lake. Aid. Frayne j elected president of the London Moth- changed his motion the r.iiy odist Conference. LOWES-HELM The marriage of Mr. Frederick Charles Lowes, of Calgary, Alta., and j Florence Adele Helm, fourth tlaiigh- I ter of Mr. H. H. Burnham, Dunbarton Xew York, June commercial panic into which United States was plunging is averted. The rail- ways have agreed to withdraw their increased rate schedules and await the passage of the railroad bill before tiling new ones. President Taft agreed to withdraw the injunction when tbe law goes into effect, the rail ways being permitted to make such advances may prove reasonable. It is up to the Congress now. This re- sult of the conference to-day means that more than of orders for equipment that were cancelled and withdrawn the railroads will make ef- fective again. It means that those speculators iu Wall street that have slocks they didn't own must get them back as best they can. That will mean a bear panic in stocks, equal in vio- ence to the panic that has raged imong investors evor since tlie Wick- rsham injunction was secured. Above all it means that common sense''and'cold judgment are to inate the tangled business which has reached a climax at'Washington. This relief comes barely in time for Wall street was already in the first stages of panic, and the whole world would have been involved within a few days. Europe had planned to buy nearly of American bonds. The Taft injunction stopped all negotia- tions. For Sale! 8 lots in Block 2, Town site- of Bow Island. Price oiily half cash and the hn la nee payable in three and six inos. Apply LG, Brown General Delivery MOVING Two Big Days of Big Bargains Have Passed LISTEN Do You Want A Buggy or Wagon? TO-MORROW Is Your Chance and we have decided to give you a startler DO YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THE STUDEBAKER WAGON .ELEAF We have handled these two well-known lines for years. --They are guaranteed and backed by reli- able firms. It will be a pleasure to show them to you. You don't have to buy but we want to convince you of their merit, and the very low price they are selling at now. North-West Jobbing Commi ;